1) A social cognition theory proposed by Stanford University Psychologist Albert Bandura that views people as self-organizing, proactive, self-reflective and self-regulating as times change. An agentic perspective states that we are not merely reactive organisms shaped by environmental forces or driven by inner impulses. Read more here.
2) The capacity for human beings to make choices in the world. See "human agency".
We see the world as agents of change. We believe that we have choice over our actions and we strive to enable others to make informed, responsible decisions online.
We connect people, not machines. We are dedicated to our work because of the humans we get to interact with throughout our creative processes. We are humans first – being connected online is just one of our many states.